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Brexit means cosmic apocalypse…

By David Vance On September 13th, 2018 at 7:48 pm

As we edge closer to the UK leaving the EU, the hysteria coming from the Remain lobby (aka The British Government) gets greater but I think it MAY have reached a peak in this revelation!

THE European Union will stop warning the UK about potential fatal space debris plummeting towards Earth in the event of a no-deal Brexit, new Government papers have sensationally revealed despite claims the bloc and Britain will work closely together after the divor

So, I hope the 17.4m who voted to leave the EU are feeling totally ashamed of themselves and their reckless action in condemning the UK to possible  cosmic obliteration.


By Pete Moore On September 13th, 2018 at 7:24 pm

Tom Watson MP, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, used to be a fat left wing bastard with Type 2 diabetes. Then he lost 7 stone and reversed his diabetes. So now he’s a slim left wing bastard.

We learn that “Watson has eliminated all junk food, processed food, starchy carbohydrates and refined sugar from his diet.” Good for him. Did you know, a loon in these here parts has been banging on about that?

Watson also “believes that official dietary advice over recent years, to minimise fat intake, is misguided and that a drastic reduction in sugar intake is the single most effective way to tackle Britain’s obesity epidemic.” Gosh, it’s as if Watson has been reading my dietary advice. For the umpteenth time, the official dietary advice, put out by government and the NHS, is terrible.

But what he did for himself, he wants the state to do for everyone else. And that’s the leftist all over. If he was bright he’d realise that millions have had their health wrecked by doing what the state implored in the first place.


By Pete Moore On September 13th, 2018 at 7:07 pm

“Europe belongs to the Europeans”

The Dalai Lama

Hear hear. Well said that man/god/whatever a Dalai Lama is. Such powerful, inspiring words.

He was speaking in the once-Swedish city of Malmo, now an immigrant war and rape zone. Apparently it was an off the cuff remark, before adding that so-called refugees should go home to rebuild their own countries. Yes, obviously they should do so. They don’t belong here. Europe belongs to the Europeans.


By Pete Moore On September 13th, 2018 at 6:50 pm

I learned few things at university really worth knowing. But something I did take away was the principle that a thing is what it is, regardless of the name attached to it. (I think it was a law lecture.) Keeping that in mind sometimes helps to see clearly.

I keep telling people that the Conservative Party is a radical far-Left faction. Of course they don’t believe me. It’s the “Conservative Party”, innit? Again, a thing is what it is, regardless of the name.

Companies in the UK must undergo a “genuine culture change” to get rid of alpha males and promote women, government ministers have said.

Ministers John Glen and Victoria Atkins have called for “greater diversity” in the workplace, adding that companies should “call out” non-inclusive behaviour.

They particularly highlighted the “woefully low” number of women in senior jobs the City, which is both “morally wrong” and affects the sector’s productivity.

“We have a problem when it comes to the representation of senior women in the financial services sector,” the ministers said in a letter to MPs.

This is radical, far-Left identity politics, straight from a radical, far-Left government. Even the Labour Party of the 1980s would have rejected these ideas as bonkers. And it’s not an outlier policy. It’s typical of the Tories since at least Cameron became leader 13 years ago.

“Alpha males”. “Non-inclusive”. “Morally wrong”. This is the language of the Marxist lecturer at a low grade polytechnic. But it’s now Tory Party language and, hence, policy. Such is the success of the radicals’ long march through the institutions.

The Tories are so consumed by this and so zealous for “social justice” that any MP stating the truth, which is that women are psychologically ill-suited to the high corporate world and mostly hate it, would probably have the whip removed.

Ignore the label. The Tories are at least as far-Left as the Labour parties led by Blair and Corbyn.


By Pete Moore On September 12th, 2018 at 7:27 pm

Rees-Mogg’s family, including his young children, was harassed today by a Marxist headbanger, Ian Bone. Rees-Mogg always keeps his cool, which is a pity. Maybe he was expecting that useless copper to tell the loon to shut it.

But this is the problem today. The Bone’s of the world would once have been thrashed to within an inch of their worthless lives and dumped in the gutter. If I’d been in Rees-Moggs shoes (a Loake or Church’s no doubt; an Englishman would wear nothing else), I’d be horsewhipping him all night. But now they get to shout their mouths off, even at children. The law is truly an ass. Marxist filth deserve no respect.


By Pete Moore On September 12th, 2018 at 7:07 pm

Derangement everywhere.

Consider the degree of derangement which ignores the millions of hurricanes over billions of years, to make the man, who has been president for two years, complicit in the latest. This in what it supposed to be a newspaper staffed by adults.

Or maybe it’s propaganda.


By Pete Moore On September 12th, 2018 at 6:50 pm

Je Suis Mark Knight

The outrage mob never sleeps. Australian newspaper cartoonist Mark Knight came up with this after that embarrassing episode at the weekend.

It’s resulted in Knight receiving death threats after the usual suspects declared it racist. Quite what’s racist about it I can’t see, but then if I ever understood where these people are coming from I’d start to worry. To his credit, he (and the Herald Sun paper) have refused to back down to these morons.

So that’s where we are. Three years after muslims murdered journalists and cartoonists at Charlie Hebdo, the extreme Left nudges thinks that’s a good tactic. Professional blacks and loony leftists want to live in a cold, silent world where no-one risks being caricatured. Fine, they can have that world and normal people can live in our normal world. They ought to be mocked at derided until they keep only among themselves.

The Rocky Road To Dublin

By Mahons On September 12th, 2018 at 5:32 pm

The Irish Government announced that President Trump’s visit to the Emerald Isle was cancelled by the White House due to scheduling conflicts. The White House, in a characteristic manner, responded that things are undecided.

I cant imagine there will be an outpouring of Irish fols singing Come Ye Back to Donny Boy. My personal survey in the Republic this summer did not reveal a single person who considered him anything less than a lunatic. Usually, even if only out of a contrary nature, you can always find at least one Irishman to play Devil’s Advocate. I could not find such a man, and considering Trump’s sordid relationships with his lawyers, no wonder.

Irish people tend to be pro-American in the sense of the spirt of America, while reserving the right to differ on particular actions its government undertakes. Always a fair distinction to me. I hope they are taking the same view of our having elected this President as they might of an over-served relative at a wedding. In any event no one in Ireland was looking forward to seeing him arrive (and this from a nation who crowded to cheer such diverse men as JFK and Reagan).

I dont think the cancellation has any deep global significance. Ireland doesnt have to be talked out of its nuclear weapons program, contribute more to NATO (Trump might not know they arent a member), and its leader does fit the totalitarian mode of leader that Trump prefers to fawn to. However, his cancelled visit does establish one thing for certain The luck of the Irish.

We Remember

By Phantom On September 11th, 2018 at 6:47 pm

Those of us affected by 9/11 all have our rituals.

My good friend Hon comes into the city at each anniversary, pays his respects, then walks across the Manhattan Bridge to Brooklyn. He did that in 2001. He’ll do it every year.

Others take the day off and stay home, to reflect.

Most years, including this one, I come into work, close by the site, keeping to a perhaps defiant, normal, routine.

But I remember, as we all do.

For years after 9/11, the Trade Center site was blocked off. It’s been reopened for some time now. Massive new skyscrapers now stand where the Twin Towers had been.

Tonight, I’ll walk past those new towers, past the reflecting pools. And I’ll remember the fine people that we have have lost.


By Patrick Van Roy On September 11th, 2018 at 2:46 pm

Take a half hour and just absorb.